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Whole Seabass (Gutted)

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$325.00

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  • Regular price $300.00
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    Our seabass comes from a fish farm, fully committed to an environmental approach to farming that reduces the impacts of its activity to a minimum. Raised in the open sea off the Del Azahar coast in Spain, it is guaranteed free from both antibiotics and pesticides. This fine fish with a firm delicate flesh is particularly appreciated for its very low level of fat.

    Characteristics of our Whole (gutted) Seabass:

      • Storage: Keep frozen at -18°C until the expiry date mentionned on the pack or Keep refrigerated for 24 hours before consumption
      • Serve:
        500-750g: 1 to 2
        0,8-1kg: 2 to 3
        1-1,5kg: 3 to 4

    How to cook a whole Seabass?

    Roasted or Baked Seabass: Preheat the oven at 180°c and roast the seabass uncovered for about 20-30 mins (for a fish of 1kg or more). To check that the fish is cooked insert a knife between the flesh and the bone. The flesh should come away easily and be flaky and white.

    BBQ Seabass: Slash the flesh about 3-6 times down both sides of the body (depending on the size of the fish). Wrap the fish in silver foil or directly onto the barbecue for 6-7 minutes on each side. The flesh is cooked when the flesh comes easily away from the bone.

    How to defrost our Whole Seabass?

    Leave the product in its original packaging and place it in the refrigerator for 24 to 48 hours between 2 and 4°C. It is ready to eat and can be stored in the refrigerator for 24 hours after thawing for maximum freshness.

    Tags: Whole fish